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♪ ♪ you're only young once. unless you have a subaru. (announcer) the subaru xv crosstrek. symmetrical all-wheel drive plus 34 mpg. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- ben stiller, tim gunn, musical guest, rixton,
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and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 228 mississippi! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, that's what i'm talking about! looking good. [ cheers and applause ] looking good. looking good. welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show," everybody! welcome, welcome, welcome. welcome, welcome, welcome. welcome, welcome, welcome. [ laughter ] you're here. this is a hot show tonight, man. "the tonight show." this is big. >> steve: big. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: here's what everyone's talking about
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tonight. during a speech in cleveland yesterday, president obama criticized the gop's budget proposal and said it's just a a path to prosperity for those who are already prospering. then he stopped to wipe the spit off everyone in the front row. [ laughter ] guess i probably pressed the patience of the people partaking -- [ laughter and applause ] during that same speech, president obama discussed the country's successful economy and said, "i'm going to take a a little credit." [ laughter ] then the people at the rally were like, "dude, we're all here in the middle of the day because we don't have jobs. so stop talking about how good the economy is." [ laughter and applause ] i want to go to work! [ applause ] that's right. obama discussed the successful economy and said "i'm going to take a little credit." then the economy got bad again and he was like, "republicans did it." [ laughter and applause ] interesting. and this week, president obama was photographed wearing a a large black electronic watch that many people believe is his fitness tracker.
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then obama's secret service agent said, "hey, that's kind of like the thing i have to wear on my ankle." [ laughter and applause ] "technically, if i'm on this side of the fence, i can have tequila shots." [ laughter and applause ] that's right. president obama was photographed wearing a fitness tracker that features a gps, heart monitor, and step counter. not to be outdone, joe biden was photographed wearing a a necklace with his name, address, and allergies in case he gets lost. [ laughter and applause ] he gets lost sometimes, guys. oh, this thing made me laugh, here. irish prime minister enda kenny visited the white house this week to celebrate st. patrick's day. and he seemed pretty excited to meet with president obama. and he went to shake obama's hand, and, well, check out what happened. >> well, it is a great pleasure -- [ laughter ] [ laughter and applause ]
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>> jimmy: that's what they call the old shamrock no-shake. [ laughter ] can i have a shamrock no-shake, please? some international news. russia confirmed that kim jong-un will be traveling to moscow for the country's victory day celebrations. although, it could get awkward when he gets there and russian people try to crack him open to see if a smaller kim jong-un's inside. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] [ russian accent ] "it's an angry peanut." [ applause ] angry peanut? listen to this. a lawmaker in nevada just introduced a new bill that would provide pets with medical marijuana. [ laughter ] weed for pets. which raises the question, is it possible for cats to sleep 25 hours a day?
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is that possible? [ applause ] because that's going to happen. i read that microsoft is finally phasing out internet explorer. they're going to come up with a a new browser for windows 10. that's not a big deal really, but there's one employee here at "the tonight show" named doug kerny who really loves internet explorer. and well, when doug found out the news that they were getting rid of it, well, he didn't take it too well. look at this security footage. take a look at this. >> hey, doug. i just wanted to let you know that microsoft is getting rid of internet explorer. >> huh? [ crashing ] [ screaming ]
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>> oh, by the way, you can still use internet explorer. just don't upgrade to windows 10. [ laughter ] >> i know. [ laughter ] [ bleep ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: doug! doug is on an indefinite leave of absence right now. [ laughter ] this is pretty cool. just in time for easter, the makers of peeps -- you guys love peeps? you know the little -- [ cheers and applause ] we love peeps. they released three flavors of milk which include marshmallow, chocolate marshmallow, and easter eggnog. so if you have been waiting for peeps-flavored milk -- [ laughter ] something tells me you've already made your own peeps-flavored milk. [ laughter ] "if you guys need me, i'll just be having a drink with my peeps." [ laughter and applause ]
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and finally, get this, the environmental protection agency is planning to work with hotels to keep track of how much time people spend in the shower. yeah. they want hotels to monitor your showers. then motel 6 was like, "already doing it." [ laughter and applause ] we've got a great show, everybody. give it up for the roots, right there! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey! whoa! welcome, welcome, welcome. it's been a great week so far. there's more ahead. tomorrow night, we've got jeremy piven. [ cheers and applause ] we have ariana grande, tech expert joshua topolsky. he's always got good stuff. and of course, "thank you notes." that's going to be good. that will be tomorrow night. [ cheers and applause ] but first, we have a fantastic
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show tonight. we love it when this guy stops by. he's one of the funniest guys out there. >> steve: he's the best. >> jimmy: we just love him. from the new movie "while we're young," ben stiller is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] he's always funny. >> steve: come on! come on! >> jimmy: always nice, i just love him. >> steve: delight. >> jimmy: one of our favorites. plus, this guy is one of the best. he has a new book out. from "project runway," tim gunn is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] [ tim gunn impression ] "make it work. make it work, jimmy." >> steve: the natty professor. >> jimmy: the natty professor. he's a stylish dude. and they're currently on tour with ariana grande right now. they had huge hits this year. rixton is performing tonight. [ cheers and applause ] talented band. guys, it's time for "tonight show hashtags." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hashtags hashtags ♪ >> jimmy: yeah! you guys are on twitter, right? you guys are on twitter? [ cheers and applause ]
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it's fun. well, we use twitter on our show every single week. so, if you watch our show and you want to play along, we do this thing every wednesday where i send out a hashtag and we ask you guys to tweet out things based on that topic. so, since the finale of "the jinx" on hbo featured a a shocking confession overheard on tape, i went on twitter and started a hashtag called "i once overheard." >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: i asked you guys to tweet out something funny, weird, or embarrassing that you overheard someone say. we've got thousands of tweets. within 120 minutes, it was a a worldwide trending topic. so, thank you for those tweets. [ cheers and applause ] that's pretty cool. now, i thought i'd share some of my favorite "i once overheard" tweets from you guys. here you go. this first tweet is from @rosenswaaag. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, rosenswag. >> jimmy: he says, "i once overheard my principal in middle school accidentally say i hate this job over the school's intercom system." [ laughter and applause ] [ feedback sound ] "sorry.
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if anybody needs me, i'll be passed out in the teacher's lounge." [ laughter ] >> steve: "i'm not wearing any pants." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "not that you can see, at least." [ laughter ] this one's from @reggiegames. he says "i once overheard a man in a stall next to me whisper to himself, 'please not now.'" [ laughter and applause ] that sounds like a bad day. >> steve: that's not a good day. >> jimmy: that's not a good day. >> steve: no matter where that goes. >> jimmy: we got a lot of "overheard in the bathroom" stuff. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's pretty -- "please not now." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this one's from @karlacavaleri. she says "after telling my 4-year-old stepson to finish his dinner, i overheard him whisper to himself, 'you're jeremiah, you can do this.'" [ laughter ] >> steve: that's cute. >> jimmy: that's really cute. four years old. >> steve: his name's not jeremiah. >> jimmy: it's not, no. [ laughter ] >> steve: please not now. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: this one's from @basedlizzy. she says, "i was at a party and a drunk girl passed me talking on the phone crying, 'i'm trying to find marco but people keep yelling back polo!'" [ laughter and applause ] marco? >> steve: polo! >> jimmy: stop it! marco! >> audience: polo! >> jimmy: stop it! [ laughter ] marco? >> audience: polo! >> jimmy: i can't find him anywhere! [ laughter ] that's fantastic. this one from @sjenn23231. she says, "at our local pizza place i heard someone say, fitness? yeah, i practice fitness. fittin' this pizza in my mouth." ♪ [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: fittin' this pizza in my mouth. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i practice fitness -- >> steve: please not now! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm lactose intolerant! [ laughter ] oh, please not now. >> steve: oh --
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, please now. i'd rather now than somewhere else, yeah. >> steve: yeah, now is the best possible time that could happen. you're alone. four metal walls. >> jimmy: four walls, no one's seeing you. [ laughter ] yeah. >> steve: choose to go somewhere else. [ laughter ] that's the best possible place for anything to happen. >> jimmy: i know. >> steve: please not now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is from @ehammond97. she says, "i once overheard two guys saying, 'i don't think they're right- handed or left-handed. they're just dogs.'" [ laughter ] [ southern voice ] well, he's giving the paw with his right hand. [ laughter ] if shakes with his right hand, must be a righty. [ laughter ] >> steve: i don't know. i think he might be ambidextry, they don't have hands to begin with, but you know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: if he scratches himself -- >> steve: right. >> jimmy: -- with his left leg. >> steve: sure. okay, wait, let me think about that. left leg scratching. yes. >> jimmy: left-handed. >> steve: well, you know what? maybe you're right.
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>> jimmy: which one does he wear his watch on? [ laughter ] >> steve: he wears his watch on his right hand. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this one's from @jeffhoffman. he says "in a public bathroom, i overheard a kid tell his dad that he needed to go number 3." [ laughter ] should i call an ambulance, i don't know what that means! number 3? [ laughter ] please not now. >> steve: not now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that one, please not now, i don't know what it means. this last one's from @mistermidas. he says, "i once overheard the cop who pulled me over whisper into his radio, "not our guy. this one's got pants." [ laughter and applause ] there you have it, those are our tonight show hashtags. to check out more of our favorites, go to tonightshow.com/hashtags. [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much, everybody. i appreciate that. guys, we're doing a big thing on our show. we've never done this before. we like to give away some contests and stuff like that. i think this is one of our biggest ones we've done. we're going to give away a car. [ cheers and applause ] you can play along too.
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it's the first ever lexus nx turbo. that's a nice car right there, yeah. i'm talking two-liter turbocharged engine, 235 horsepower. the real deal. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: so here's how it works. i want you guys to go on vine. you know vine? okay, well, google vine. [ laughter ] >> steve: just say yes. >> jimmy: giving me a tough time. yeah. go on vine, find out what it is. go on it. and make a six-second rap about why you want or deserve this car. you only have six seconds on vine. yeah. be as funny as you want. be as creative as you want. just make sure you tag it with the hashtag "tonight show lexus contest." here's a couple of our writers showing you how it's done. watch this. ♪ it's got four good wheels and a nice place to sit ♪ ♪ which is already better than my current piece of whoo --♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's it. it's as simple as that. >> steve: that's easy. >> jimmy: that's how easy and fun it is. you can get yourself a brand new car. an amazing car. just go to our website, tonightshow.com, to download the official beat.
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that will help you with your rap. and then send in your rap. we'll show a bunch of them on the show, our favorites. and our favorite, favorite one is going to win this first ever lexus nx turbo! >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: it's going to be fun! [ cheers and applause ] cruising around in that? >> steve: yeah. [ car sounds ] [ kid sounds ] >> jimmy: will you keep it quiet back there? i'm trying to drive the car. >> steve: i'm sorry. >> jimmy: no problem. [ car sounds ] [ kid sounds ] >> jimmy: will you stop yelling? i'm trying to drive. i'm pulling over. >> steve: sorry. >> jimmy: now, what do you want to say? >> steve: i just want to say, i think i've got something in my throat. >> jimmy: well, cough. [ cough ] >> steve: wait, no -- >> jimmy: sit down. sit down. sit down. >> steve: all right. [ coughing ] [ kid voice ] thanks, pop. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry, i've got my 4-year-old in the back. [ laughter ]
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swallowed a -- >> steve: furble. >> jimmy: furby. swallowed a furby. [ laughter ] you shouldn't be swallowing these. they're pretty big toys. >> steve: you're right, pop. >> jimmy: i am right. >> steve: yeah, you are -- not. >> jimmy: what did you say? >> steve: please not now. [ laughter and applause ] [ car sounds ] >> jimmy: stick around, everybody. we're going to be right back with ben stiller. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [container door opening] ♪ what makes it an suv is what you can get into it. ♪ [container door closing] what makes it an nx is what you can get out of it. ♪ introducing the first-ever lexus nx turbo and hybrid. once you go beyond utility, there's no going back.
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how are you? >> jimmy: nice to see you. i'm fantastic. before we get into this, i saw something on the news the other day. i keep up with fashion all the time. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i was watching one of my fashion programs, and i saw that paris fashion week, i don't know if you saw this. derek zoolander showed up. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. i actually was there. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. you saw that go down? >> i saw it in person. and they are still ridiculously good-looking. [ laughter ] you know, a lot of people say that derek's not that smart. but i think the idea of doing a a sequel to a movie 15 years after it came out, that nobody really went to in the first place, is kind of brilliant. >> jimmy: it's brilliant. absolutely. >> its one step ahead of the crowd. >> jimmy: i cannot wait to see this. did the models freak out? >> yeah, most of them weren't born when the first movie came out. [ laughter ] they didn't quite know who we were. >> jimmy: you know what i wanted to ask you about. i saw this thing because last time i didn't get the chance to
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ask you. bear grylls. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he does these adventure shows. and he did a show on nbc, where he gets a celebrity and they go on some adventurous thing. and you're on it. >> yeah, i did it. >> jimmy: you went on this thing, and it looked intense. >> it was intense. >> jimmy: rock climbing. >> i like his show "man versus wild." and i thought it would be fun to go on. 'cause i never really went camping or anything so i thought it would be fun - - >> jimmy: me neither. >> really? >> jimmy: do you like camping? >> not after this. [ laughter ] no, i mean it was just -- it was more intense than i -- i guess i should have known it was going to be intense, but i thought it was -- you know, i thought he's going to like help me out and stuff. and he's very -- >> jimmy: he has a tv show after all. >> but he's very positive and he's very inspirational, but he really does make you do everything on your own. and when you start out, the first night we went to the isle of skye in scotland and we stayed in a little b and b the night before, and he got a nice little swag bag, bear grylls backpack, bear grylls knife, bear grylls canteen. >> jimmy: stuffed animal. bear grylls stuffed animal. >> cut to 12 hours later and you're on the side of a
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a 800 foot cliff and you're muddy and cold, and just wondering how the events of your life led you to this place. >> jimmy: for real. >> yeah. and then it just kind of -- and there's eight people who are filming it. there are like cameramen and sound people. so, while you're frozen on the side of the cliff they're scampering across the chasm to get a shot. they don't care. they're like super into it. they do it. >> jimmy: they do this all the time. you're ben stiller. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're an actor and comedian. you don't climb rocks. >> exactly. we rappelled down the side of this cliff one day, and then the next morning we had to go back up it. and there was this technique called "jumaring." i think it's called, "jumaring." that's what he said. it's a navy s.e.a.l. technique. so you're gonna put your foot in the little stirrup, and then you pull yourself up with your body weight and put your other foot in and you click it. it's this sort of thing they use to get up on oil rigs and stuff. and it is -- like after about 4 1/2 feet, i hit the wall. [ laughter ] and i had about 85 feet to go. and i started to get dry mouth, right? and i'm like, oh, okay, i've got my bear grylls canteen.
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can i have a -- "no water, believe in yourself!" why did you give me the bear grylls canteen if i can't have water? and what does not having water have to do with believing in myself? >> jimmy: i believe that i'm thirsty. >> yeah, so it was -- exactly. >> jimmy: can i show -- we have a photo here. that's you. >> that's me exactly at that point 4 1/2 feet up, when i ran out of steam. [ laughter ] jimmy: he's standing on the ground and you're barely up there, yeah. and you couldn't take it anymore. >> i'm not kidding. >> jimmy: you're yelling for the canteen. >> i'm saying, "give me the canteen." believe in yourself. >> jimmy: believe in yourself! >> believe in yourself. >> jimmy: but look at this. i go, "this is insane." >> it took about three hours -- in the show it's about four minutes. but in real life, it was three hours. >> jimmy: that's insane. that's scary. it wasn't scary when -- i was holding the picture. this is it right here. you're on an island somewhere you're doing a pub crawl. you're doing a pub crawl. >> the old batman technique. >> jimmy: the old batman technique. yeah, exactly. you know how to do it. are you an adventurous guy in
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general? >> i'm a semi-adventurous guy. i like to go -- i get into situations, well, like i'll try something like that, and then it gets a little more intense than i necessarily thought it was going to be. i've got a friend -- actually, the friend who was in the band last time, capital punishment, my friend chris, he started the band as a kid in high school -- >> jimmy: he's the punk. >> and he got us into crazy sorts of situations. he'd take us to the underground, the railroad tracks, and we'd be out there and then a train would be coming. and we say, "what do we do?" he goes, "i don't know, i've never been this far before." >> jimmy: so why did you bring us here? >> yeah. so we reconnected with the band when the album thing happened. he said, "let's go have a kayak trip on the east river." because he does urban spelunking. >> jimmy: what is that? >> urban spelunking? it sounds like a fetish or something. >> jimmy: it sounds like a a place to get cool hip clothes. >> it's like, going and finding nooks and crannies in the city where people don't get to and exploring them. so he said, "meet me under the manhattan bridge and we'll go kayaking." we get to the manhattan bridge, i got there, and it's -- i thought there would be a dock
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or like a kayak rental place. like central park. >> jimmy: yeah. >> no. it's literally just shoreline, barren shoreline and he's pumping up an inflatable kayak. >> jimmy: oh, my god. no, no, no. i love this guy. >> just one. it was a two-man kayak. it's about the size of like a a canoe that i would imagine the dutch settlers traded wampum in. >> jimmy: i know the exact drawing in my head. >> it's a very busy waterway, the east river. there's water taxis and all sorts of, you know, big boats. and we get out there. and it's just -- he said, "at times we're going to hit slack tide at the mid- point of our trip and then we'll come back with the -- i'm like i don't even know what he's saying. >> jimmy: slack tide? >> we start going and there's waves, and the water taxis go by and when the water taxis go by there's like a wake that comes. so it doesn't look like anything when you're on a a bridge. but when you're at sea level, when a wake is coming at you it's like this giant wall of water, like this kind of tsunami and we're like in our little inflatable kayak.
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[ laughter ] i'm also like -- it's not like you want to get east river water in your face or mouth. >> jimmy: not the healthiest. not the best. it's not evian getting sprayed on you. yeah. >> so i'm like what happens when the wake gets to us? he's like, "i don't know, i've never gotten this far." >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. i'm back in high school. well, this movie, it kind of goes that way. "while we're young." >> yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: it's kind of you and naomi watts kind of want to get into this younger thing. >> we're a couple in our 40's that are like kind of in a rut and we meet this couple in their 20's. this young brooklyn couple that adam driver and amanda seyfried play, and they sort of invigorate our relationship and it's sort of like the difference between people in their 20's and people in their 40's. >> it's really funny. at some point, sad, because you go "don't do that, it's so not cool, you're in your 40's." >> it's that weird thing point of getting to the point where i'm not the young one. i'm the one who's actually what i thought my parents were at one point. >> jimmy: it's fantastic. and who know who's great? adam harvick. >> yeah. adam harvick. >> jimmy: ad rock, from
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the beastie boys, is in it and he's unbelievable. >> he's like one of our hidden treasures as an actor. i guess being a beastie boy all these years, he didn't get to explore his acting career. and he's incredible. >> jimmy: fantastic. i have the clip. it's very funny. here's ben stiller in "while we're young." take a look at this. >> it's just the strained muscle. but the more concerning thing here is your arthritis. >> arthritis? >> yes. you have arthritis in your knee. >> is arthritis a catchall for some kind of injury to the -- >> no. arthritis is a degradation of the joints. >> yeah, i know what traditional arthritis is. but -- >> i'm not sure what you mean by "traditional." but this is arthritis. >> arthritis arthritis? >> yes. i usually just say it once. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: arthitis arthritis? more with ben stiller when we come back, everybody. "while we're young," march 27th. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. we're here with the one and only, the hilarious ben stiller, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for coming on the show. >> happy to be here. >> jimmy: you're a great actor. and that also means you're in touch with your emotions. right? >> yeah. definitely -- i can be. >> jimmy: off screen you'd say you're an emotional person? >> at times, yeah. >> jimmy: let's see how emotional we can get. it's time for an emotional interview. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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here's how it works. we're going to have a normal conversation with each other except every so often we're going to see this ding sound. [ ding ] and -- great timing there. and when we hear that we'll be given an emotion or situation that we have to act out as we keep talking. >> okay. >> jimmy: sound good? >> okay. >> jimmy: here we go. ready? what made you want to be an actor? >> oh, god. [ ding ] is it okay if i have my foot up here? >> jimmy: yeah. i'm just happy you're here. anywhere you want -- >> whatever works for you. >> jimmy: sit on the desk if you want. >> no, no. it's your show. i do what you want. i play by your rules. >> jimmy: no, i play -- >> you look great, by the way. >> jimmy: this should be "tonight show" ben stiller. >> no, please. >> jimmy: you interview me. >> i'm so happy to just be around the people who work here and the whole staff -- >> jimmy: you're the ring of the castle. >> you are the king of late night. [ ding ] so what are you weighing these days? [ laughter ] i'm just curious. i saw downstairs you got a
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a driver, right? >> jimmy: i do. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> that guy's like 24 hours? >> jimmy: i don't know if i have one -- >> who pays for that? [ talking over each other ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "night at the museum," how much? 10 mill? 15 mill? >> seriously, what are they paying you on the show? what are they paying on the show? you're doing pretty good. >> jimmy: when you sleep -- you go to sleep -- you and your wife sleep in the same bed. do you spoon her? does she spoon -- [ laughter ] >> sometimes. sometimes. [ laughter ] let me ask you. are you regular? [ laughter ] are you? [ ding ] >> jimmy: man, oh man. >> so happy to be here, man. >> jimmy: you should be. >> no, you are the best. when i told people i'm coming on the show, people are like no. seriously? i'm like yeah, man. first of all, okay, there are a a lot of guys in late night. there's jimmy kimmel. there's seth meyers. david letterman. there's a new guy, james corden. and then there's you, the man. you. [ laughter ] >> incredible. >> jimmy: i know what it's like when i get the phone call. jimmy, uh -- stiller -- stiller
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is on line one. i go, "oh my god." brian. brian. >> that's right. >> jimmy: my friend brian -- my friend brian loves you. loves everything you do. >> i think you -- seriously. when people asking me what does it mean to be funny? i say "well, just watch my friend." [ laughter ] [ ding ] let me ask you something else. do you love your country? [ laughter ] i just applied for that thing, global entry, so you can get into customs a little bit quicker. you know, they just do a a background check. you've done, that right? [ russian accent ]. >> jimmy: yes, yes. of course. i've done that many, many times. you've been there, global entry. >> that's an interesting accent. >> jimmy: you went there. you went there. is that right? >> it seems to come very easily to you that accent. >> jimmy: you were there -- you were there, probably huh? >> what would you say if somebody offered you money to give some secrets against your country. you would never do that, would you? >> jimmy: this is preposterous. [ laughter ]
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>> you love your country more than anything, don't you? [ ding ] man, i am so proud of you. jimmy fallon hosting "the tonight show." it's this whole cool new thing with viral videos and stuff. so good, man. you are so cool. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: number one movie made. that last movie made -- ten years to make that amount of money. [ talking over each other ] that's really exciting. you're great. got a great wife. >> jimmy: you've got a great wife. >> you're great and cool and unassuming and you're so frigging hot. [ laughter ] i love this new cut you got. what is this, like a high and tight thing you got happening here? >> jimmy: yeah, you can definitely touch that. yeah, you can definitely touch that. that feels good. that feels good right there. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] button nose? you got a button nose. you've got a sweet little button nose. you've got a sweet little button nose. you're the one with the sweet little button nose. >> you've got a sweet little pucker lips, don't you? you've got a pucker lips -- >> jimmy: you've got a pucker lips and a button nose. you're little button nose and
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pucker lips. >> you like to pucker up and like to -- [ talking over each other ] [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: thank you. [ applause ] that was good right there. an emotional interview with ben stiller. "while we're young" is in theaters march 27th! [ applause ] pucker lips. >> pucker lips. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: tim gunn joins us after the break. there he is in the xbox green room. hey tim! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ (spoken in swedish) (spoken in swedish) (spoken in swedish) no introducing the new all wheel drive chrysler 200. america's import. find it at chrysler.com
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest as the emmy award-winning co-host of "project runway." he's also a best-selling author. his latest book, "tim gunn: the natty professor," is in stores tuesday march 24th. we love him. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome tim gunn! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: tim gunn. >> i have to tell you something. >> jimmy: yes.
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>> what you just did with ben stiller was so hilarious. i'm not going to revisit sexual tension, though i could. [ laughter ] rather obsequity. i have to tell you, it is such a thrill to be here with you. the last time i saw you was the last week of "the late show." and what i love so much is that you brought so much of the show with you. you have the roots, you have mr. higgins, and you have this brand new set, and i feel like i'm in late night heaven. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> it's true. and you know, i collect architectural models. so for me this really is heaven. >> jimmy: i mean -- isn't that beautiful? >> it's spectacular. >> jimmy: oh, peter barron, the designed our set and all this beautiful stuff. eugene lee. these guys are brilliant guys. we're just happy to be -- it's the same room that late night was in. >> i know. >> jimmy: they just classed it up a little bit. >> well -- it comes from the top. >> jimmy: no, please. hey this might be a first ever. are you wearing -- are you wearing the suit that you're on the cover of -- >> i did it on purpose. it's not a coincidence. >> jimmy: that's never happened. that's "the tonight show" history. we just made "tonight show" history. in about 30 seconds. [ applause ]
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>> i have to show you something about this suit though. >> jimmy: yeah. >> the first time i wore it was in los angeles. and i was walking from my apartment to a set. we were taping a show called "under the gunn." and it was early morning. and you know, there's no one on the sidewalks in los angeles ever. there were three of us. >> jimmy: you drive somewhere to walk. >> exactly. >> jimmy: you know i know a a great place to walk in l.a. talk the 101 to the 3 and then you get out and walk. great place to walk. >> maybe but the couple behind me did just that. there was a couple behind me. we were stopped at a light because you can't jaywalk even though there's no traffic. and she said to him, "honey," pointing to me in my suit, "i wish you'd dress more like that guy." and there was a pause, and he said, "you mean like an [ bleep ] hole? [ laughter ] so i call this my [ bleep ] hole suit. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's wrong. he doesn't know what he's talking about. you dope, that's tim gunn. you're the best dresser. and gosh, i've known you for a a long time now. we did the emmy thing opening -- >> that was hilarious.
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>> jimmy: i'll ever forget that. thank you for doing me that favor. >> are you kidding? you did me a favor. that was just -- it was a a blast. >> jimmy: you always give me tips on things you go -- and women out there as well. what you don't like. fashion don'ts. a couple don'ts. you brought with you tonight. one don't is -- >> everyone, the bare midriff. really? is anyone out there wearing one? i hope not. i mean, if you are going to do it, the model on the right in white, i mean at least it's -- well, there's a degree of subtlety, but also the look is believable. but this person, this poor person here. >> jimmy: probably a nice person. looks like she fell off a a motorcycle. [ laughter ] >> it looks like she went into a blender or garbage disposal. >> jimmy: in a good way. >> it's only in a good way. but i also have to say that with me with fashion there's one surefire way of looking ridiculous and that's if you're trying too hard. and this is someone who's simply trying too hard. >> jimmy: this is the little tips, you guys. the other one is this one.
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this is interesting. i don't know -- >> oh. well, there are two things happening here. one is color blocking, which is very on trend. and the other is clothes with more volume. the fashion industry and the retail industry want it to swing like a pendulum. so more fitted clothes have been in and now of course everything is voluminous. not everything but many things. and this is -- >> jimmy: again, gorgeous. like a bacon and fried egg? [ laughter ] >> that's what it looks like. but what i find interesting is across her knee is written "poo." [ laughter ] i think that says it all. >> jimmy: that says it all right there. you don't have to say anymore. you did it, yeah. poo, gosh yeah -- treat yourself with respect. i always appreciate these tips. and i love the book. and there's always some mentoring in here teaching. even when you're on the show and you're coming, you're going make it work. and by the way, i love the title, "the natty professor." >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: i'm a big nutty professor fan. >> well, that's where it came from of course. >> jimmy: i know. i loved it.
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>> and you're in the book too, you know. >> jimmy: you say very nice things about me. >> well, who wouldn't? >> jimmy: well, you don't say nice things about everybody in here. >> no, i don't. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you get in trouble for that? >> you know, i own responsibility for what i say. and if i didn't want to say it i wouldn't and i certainly wouldn't want to put it in print. people say to me with some frequency, aren't you afraid no one will ask you to a party and will never ask you to do anything? and i say, "yeah." it won't disappoint me one bit. >> jimmy: you really don't yeah. but you say very nice things about me, and i appreciate that. i'm a big fan of yours always, always, always, always will be. please come back. more and more "tonight show." >> thank you. it's an honor. >> jimmy: tim gunn. [ cheers and applause ] pick up this book. it's hilarious. it's smart. it's funny. it's cool. "tim gunn: the natty professor." tuesday march 24th it's available. stick around, rixton performs right after the break everybody. rixton! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a platinum-selling band from the uk, whose debut album "let the road" is in stores now. performing "hotel ceiling," please welcome rixton! [ cheers and applause ]
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is i'll be fine in a fortnight and lo and behold ♪ ♪ i knew i shouldn't have let you go ♪ ♪ i've been staring at the hotel ceiling drinking every thing i found this evening ♪ ♪ trying to hold on to the sweetest feeling so i'll never let you go don't you leave me lonely i start to see this ♪ ♪ everyone i know cannot believe this trying to hold onto the sweetest feeling so i'll never let you go ♪ ♪ don't you leave me lonely now i can see it coming round full circle my friend hmm ♪
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♪ on the tv they said they had reported you dead ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic. thank you very much. thank you, thank you. fantastic. rixton right there! fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] opening for ariana grande this weekend at madison square garden. and again on the road with ed sheeran this summer. we'll be right back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ nn
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to ben stiller, tim gunn, rixton right here! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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